This week Matt & Rich marvel at the fact the world can now order its cold brew by drone. In Canberra. And wonder why and whether you should.Read More
While parents worry about self-harming memes like Momo, are their own actions creating a generation of kids destined to self-destruct?
This week, Australian lawmakers pass law to arrest everyone at Facebook (possibly).Read More
The idea of wooden cars, homes, planes and skyscrapers used to be a Fred Flinstone fantasy. Now, with huge leaps in material technology, could wood be the miracle material of our future?
Hello Google Stadia. Yes, you’re going to change the way we game and put the power of a console into our phones. You’re also going to have even more data about us. Yay!Read More
Are you selling the dream or running a long con? How to sort the Silicon Valley spin from the outright lies.
This week our three culture vultures discuss topics on relocation, Apple's new font and the UN's Art & Culture conference.Read More
Should we have the right to repair our own tech? That’s the issue that’s vexing Matt Armitage and Jeff Sandhu this week.Read More
Is your technology working for you, or are you working for it? Why machines want us to prove that we are human.
From the moment of conception to the time they die, the next generation of children may be tracked, monitored and surveilled every minute of every day.
The Dream is fame, riches, untold power. Why do thousands of people dedicate years of their lives to making it, despite the tiny odds?
What would it be like if you cut Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google & Microsoft out of your life completely?
Utopia or Mattopia? We use today’s technology to create Matt’s perfect world of tomorrow. And introduce the term ‘bests of burden’.
The worlds of music and start-ups have far more in common than a zeitgeist-y faddishness. Both are designed to suck money and years from the lives of those who enter them in search of fame and fortune.Read More
Last year I ran a quiet campaign to convince people to stop using Twitter. If you haven’t heard of my #Qwitter movement then you’ll understand how bad a grassroots campaigner I am.Read More
The geeks are amazed that the death of cryptocurrency founder is causing a $190 million headache to its users and why starting up a podcast channel might be worth millions.Read More
Welcome to MSP the Musical. It’s hard to think of the world without Facebook. MSP looks at the central role Facebook has assumed in the digital economy and wonders: can it last another 15 years?
The geeks talk about how China is making us more robot like than humans and in King of Kultur, Matt finds fun in Finland. Also, make your wish come true with a shooting star this Valentine.Read More
Surveillance Capitalism is turning us all into robots. Don’t fear the machines: they are us.
The Geeks play along with the #10YearChallenge before realising it's an algorithm goldmine for Artificial Intelligence. And in our new segment called King of Kultur, Matt's pick is an app for Bowie fans. Also, why an egg is now the most liked photo ever on the Internet.Read More